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Old 10-25-18, 03:35 PM
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Originally Posted by phtomita

Vintage Bottechia - $200

https://seattle.craigslist.org/skc/b...732076283.html

Late 80s, early 90s hand-made "professional" Italian road bike.

It was a team Spago bike(google to check out original green and purple appearance) but the paint was so bad when I got it, I just stripped it down to the flash-chrome.

Columbus SL tubing, Campy & Shimano 600 brifter set up, Mavic wheel set, a really nice vintage steel bike.

I'm 6'2" and I'd say it's *slightly* small for me. It's something like 60cm.

Been a minute since I was a Cap Hill bike hipster, and it's just collecting dust out here in the suburbs.

I see lesser bikes going for $200-$300 on here and CL. It's rideable but needs some tlc...
Asking $200, open to offers.
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Originally Posted by BlueDevil63
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Bianchi-Cel...1Bx:rk:42:pf:0



I actually think this is a pretty good deal. SLX frame in what appears to be good shape including headset and BB. Free shipping. Seller with good rep. $399 BIN plus open to offers.

Im trying very hard to convince myself not to buy this one...but then again I'm trying very hard to convince myself in buying it.
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Originally Posted by malcala622
Im trying very hard to convince myself not to buy this one...but then again I'm trying very hard to convince myself in buying it.
Its not in The picture but if the B.B. is truly included as in the listing, that’s about $100 eBay value in parts (hs,B.B., seat clamp bolt). I shopped for one of these frames for a few months a couple years ago and couldn’t find one for less than $450. It’s a very nice riding frame.
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just what I've been looking for....lol, who wants to facilitate!?
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Nice Gitane TdF frame and fork in Cleveland for $100.

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Originally Posted by merziac
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Haha, thank you for the nod, but I can't take in any more bikes! Plus at aroun 60-62cm it's still a bit small (it honestly looks larger, but the camera angle is extreme). I need to sort out and send out some of the bikes I do have, sadly.
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Calling [MENTION=401497]RiddleOfSteel[/MENTION] then maybe snag it for me instead! I'm going to contact the seller and see if it's still up for grabs. Can't resist chrome. This could turn out to be my chromovelato project I've been dreaming of...
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Originally Posted by cqlink
just what I've been looking for....lol, who wants to facilitate!?
Wouldn't mind giving it a try. From what I can tell it's somewhere around €120-150 to ship a bike by mail.

I did ask the seller what his intended price was but haven't heard back from him yet.
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Originally Posted by seypat
https://richmond.craigslist.org/bik/...725855371.htmlmint SCHWINN TEMPO - $225 (Richmond, va)





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bicycle type: road
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condition: like new
frame size: 23"
make / manufacturer: schwinn
model name / number: tempo
wheel size: 700C
Mint Schwinn Tempo. USA made. Nice chromo bike made in the USA and and solid. Great fixie. Ready to ride. Needs absolutely nothing
I know this is a 1988. It's about a 4 hour (one way) drive for me, which I don't mind as I know there are some decent breweries in VA.
Anyone have an opinion on this particular bike; quality, price, etc.?
Thanks in advance.

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If this Richard Sachs has already been posted, I apologize. I don't frequent this thread. Someone needs to give the poor overpriced thing a good home and a good cleaning.
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Originally Posted by Pemetic2006
I know this is a 1988. It's about a 4 hour (one way) drive for me, which I don't mind as I know there are some decent breweries in VA.
Anyone have an opinion on this particular bike; quality, price, etc.?
Thanks in advance.
I would say that if it is in truly mint condition, $225 would be a great price.

Around here, Tempos (as well as all of the upper-end Tenax Schwinns) are quite highly regarded, especially for their bang-for-your-buck value. I believe that all of the Tenax Schwinns were built by Panasonic in Japan, so you can guarantee a high quality fit and finish. Looks like the 1988 was spec'd with full Shimano 105 as well.



If I had the cash and the desire, I wouldn't hesitate to go take a look. They are certainly really nice bikes.

Only thing I would comment on is that at least on my 1986 Tempo, don't expect to run anything bigger than 700x25. Tire clearance is pretty tight.
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A little modern for some on here, but I love Calfee, and I post what I like....


https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bi...732490754.htmlCalfee Luna-Pro Full Carbon Fiber Road Bike 50cm Ultegra, Gatorskins - $1200 (Lexington)



Calfee Luna-Pro full carbon road bike in beautiful metallic purple fade, handbuilt in California by Craig Calfee.
The frame measures 50cm at the seat tube, with a standover height of 30"/76cm over the top tube.
It features Calfee's unique carbon fiber pressure molded lugs, carbon fork and steerer, and titanium dropouts.
The group set is full Shimano Ultegra 9 x 3 with Flight Deck brifters, Ultegra hubs on Mavic Open Pro (France) wheels, with brand new Continental tubes and 700 x 23 Gatorskin tires.
Other components are Salsa Poco handlebar, Richey Pro stem, FSA headset, and Selle Italia Trans Am anatomic saddle.
I love every aspect of this bike. It rides comfortable, smooth, and straight, but being 6' tall it is simply too small a frame for me in the long run.
It has normal scuffs and minor wear, but no faults or damage, and it rides beautifully.
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Originally Posted by Pemetic2006
I know this is a 1988. It's about a 4 hour (one way) drive for me, which I don't mind as I know there are some decent breweries in VA.
Anyone have an opinion on this particular bike; quality, price, etc.?
Thanks in advance.
I have to take a look at the Bob Jackson upthread and post some pics this weekend. Do I need to do the same for this bike?
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I have to take a look at the Bob Jackson upthread and post some pics this weekend. Do I need to do the same for this bike?
If you're up for it, yes, and thank you! I'm potentially interested in the bike if all checks out. The down side is I'm in PA and I can't get down there until early Nov. But perhaps, if I want it, the seller and I can work out something where he holds it for me.
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Originally Posted by abshipp
I would say that if it is in truly mint condition, $225 would be a great price.

Around here, Tempos (as well as all of the upper-end Tenax Schwinns) are quite highly regarded, especially for their bang-for-your-buck value. I believe that all of the Tenax Schwinns were built by Panasonic in Japan, so you can guarantee a high quality fit and finish. Looks like the 1988 was spec'd with full Shimano 105 as well.



If I had the cash and the desire, I wouldn't hesitate to go take a look. They are certainly really nice bikes.

Only thing I would comment on is that at least on my 1986 Tempo, don't expect to run anything bigger than 700x25. Tire clearance is pretty tight.
Thank you. I've been eyeballing Tempo's for a year or two now. This one sure looks good from the, obviously, not so great picture.
All my other bikes take wide tires as they're sport touring or touring, so a tighter geometry bike is something that's fine with me.
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Originally Posted by abshipp
... I believe that all of the Tenax Schwinns were built by Panasonic in Japan, so you can guarantee a high quality fit and finish. Looks like the 1988 was spec'd with full Shimano 105 as well.

Only thing I would comment on is that at least on my 1986 Tempo, don't expect to run anything bigger than 700x25. Tire clearance is pretty tight.
For the record, many of the Tenax Schwinns were for several years made in Greenville, MS. And also, my '87 Tempo (which I think is one of those Mississippi Schwinns) fits 700x28mm tires easily. I even once ran a 27'x30mm tire on the back for one century ride, but that was really the absolute max, and same wouldn't have fit on the front.
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Originally Posted by Pemetic2006
If you're up for it, yes, and thank you! I'm potentially interested in the bike if all checks out. The down side is I'm in PA and I can't get down there until early Nov. But perhaps, if I want it, the seller and I can work out something where he holds it for me.
I can hold it if need be. You can ask around or check up. I'm trustworthy. I have plenty of room. I will contact the seller and set something up for pics.
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I can hold it if need be. You can ask around or check up. I'm trustworthy. I have plenty of room. I will contact the seller and set something up for pics.
Thank you. I'll let the pics and whatever you say about the bike decide.
Much appreciated.
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Originally Posted by Lascauxcaveman
For the record, many of the Tenax Schwinns were for several years made in Greenville, MS. And also, my '87 Tempo (which I think is one of those Mississippi Schwinns) fits 700x28mm tires easily. I even once ran a 27'x30mm tire on the back for one century ride, but that was really the absolute max, and same wouldn't have fit on the front.
I've sure been wrong about a lot of things lately on this forum...

Oh well, just another one of those things that got all mixed up in my head.

It's interesting that your 1987 fit 28c easily. I have had both 1985 and 1986 Tempos, and on the 1985 there is plenty of clearance for 28c, but on the 1986 25c tires left maybe 2mm of clearance underneath the fork crown.

I attributed that to the overall trend of skinny tires becoming so fashionable in the mid to late 1980s, and assumed that the trend would continue for the remainder of the model line.
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Originally Posted by Lascauxcaveman
Calling [MENTION=401497]RiddleOfSteel[/MENTION] then maybe snag it for me instead! I'm going to contact the seller and see if it's still up for grabs. Can't resist chrome. This could turn out to be my chromovelato project I've been dreaming of...
Dude, it's all yours. I'm essentially used up in (comfortable, functioning) space--this is a statement of attempted responsibility here, lol--but perhaps for very temporary storage, it could be arranged.
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1983 Vintage Fuji Team Fuji Ukai Gold 700c 14 Speed - $220 (NoDa)




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brake type: caliper
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handlebar type: drop
make / manufacturer: Fuji
model name / number: Team Fuji
suspension: none (rigid)
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Selling a beautiful vintage 1983 Fuji Team Fuji w/ 9658 Chrome Molybdenum Quad butted steel frame with Ukai Gold 700c wheels. The Team Fuji model was Fuji's top road bike offering. This is not the low end "Val Lite" heavy steel frame that you typically see offered with lower end heavy steel components. Also one of two years model was actually manufactured in Japan, before moving production to Taiwan (IIRC).

This bike had been well maintained, kept indoors, never neglected and rides beautifully.

I'm 5'9" and can ride it comfortably, stem/seat height are adjustable to fit medium to tall riders. Also leaving bars unwrapped to give buyer flexibility if they want to change the drop bars.

Includes:
-Chrome Molybdenum Quad butted tubing for lighter weight and strength. This is not the cheap ValLite heavy steel tubing that came on their "Entry" line. Full setup still light enough to carry over the shoulder, and lighter than the current slew of Chinese made "fixies"

-Original vintage Gold Ukai 700c wheels with like new Sefras Seca FPS tires, wheels have been trued and spin free

-Sigma 509 cycle computer with a new battery

-Nitto stem and Nitto Olympic drop bars

-Dia Compe brake calipers

-Dia Compe Aero brake levers (new)

-Cinelli Black cork bar wrap

-Upgraded 7 speed rear cassette for longer touring versus original 6 speed

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CLASSIC RACING BIKE - $400 (N Myrtle Beach)


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bicycle type: road
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condition: excellent
electric assist: none
frame size: 60 cm
handlebar type: drop
make / manufacturer: schwinn
model name / number: peloton
suspension: none (rigid)
wheel size: 700C"

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Dunno, man. $400 for full 9-speed Ultegra hung on a Reynolds 853 frame? Sounds decent to me (supposing it is in good shape, of course)!

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